Becca Schunck, 39, has worked at the AMC Studio 28 theater in Olathe for 16 months — the longest she’s ever held a job. She survived a suicide attempt five years ago and now is building skills for life through therapy.
Becca Schunck, 39, has worked at the AMC Studio 28 theater in Olathe for 16 months — the longest she’s ever held a job. She survived a suicide attempt five years ago and now is building skills for life through therapy. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Becca Schunck, 39, has worked at the AMC Studio 28 theater in Olathe for 16 months — the longest she’s ever held a job. She survived a suicide attempt five years ago and now is building skills for life through therapy. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

As suicide rates climb in Kansas and Missouri, Olathe survivor joins the struggle to save lives

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